Health Sciences Campus

Clinical Services

Pain Medicine

Pain Management Center

Patients with acute and chronic pain are treated in this interdisciplinary center. Some commonly evaluated problems include: amputee pain, neck pain, complex regional pain syndrome, joint pain, muscle pain, and fibromyalgia.

Available at the facility

  • Biofeedback
  • Disability ratings
  • Electrodiagnosis (EMG)
  • Functional capacity evaluations
  • Independent medical exam
  • Joint/trigger point/bursal injections
  • Manual (osteopathic) manipulation
  • Pharmacologic management
  • Modalities (fluidotherapy, cervical and lumbar traction, contrast baths, TENS, soft tissue massage, joint manipulation)
  • Muscles injections
  • Nerve blocks
  • Physical & Occupational therapy
  • Psychology
  • Work hardening & conditioning

Evaluations are available from a Rehabilitation Physician, Physical Therapist and Psychologist before a multi-disciplinary treatment plan is implemented. Physician referrals are welcomed to the center. Referring physicians are encouraged to remain involved in the patient’s care and it is expected that all patients will return to follow-up with the referring physician. While being evaluated and treated in our pain management program, however, we generally prefer to exclusively manage the prescription of any opioid medications, until we can return the patient to their primary care physician.


Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Physicians
Physical/Occupational Therapists
8am-5pm Monday-Friday by appointment


2010-A West Arlington Boulevard


Available in front of the building